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    I guess as long as I don't have to worry about that I suppose; though I need to figure out something. I'm just as likely to enjoy blowing something up as cry about the view of a pristene valley from the side of a mountain. I'm more a hips and eyes guy myself, but I my subconcious has to be able to infer the bone structure; an ass that's just huge doesn't do anything for me. I can just as easily slip into immovable authoritorian as I can loving and gentle.

    Edit: eh, useless whining, I'm sure...
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    I think I'm a macho man.

    I think organized sports like Football (not soccer, you debonaire european you) are kinda sissy lame. Ooh! A tackle!

    Baseball? Pfft... I don't like seeing men run around in tihts chasing balls.

    Gimme HOCKEY. Men in baggey clothes moving on knives across ice to beat a small, hard black object with a stick.

    Also, gimme DODGEBALL! Strategy is simple, just pelt the other people in the face.

    The cool thing about allt his manliness is that you can still be a smart intellectual and (me being ENFP) I can slip into business mode whenever. I usually getto lead groups because I project alpha male, I joined the military because I felt it would be a good outlet.


    Also, it's been really interesting reading tranny viewpoints, it really made me think about things differnently.

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    actually Nillerz, I do like hockey, and also rugby and cricket - there's competitiveness there, but for me it's more in the strategy... and tennis as well, it's not really about the competition because I never give a shit who wins (unless I have money riding on it), it's more about the strategy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    there's a spectrum runvardh that goes all the way from the caveman chap in Chick's picture (or the subject of Dennis Leary's song "asshole", as you please), to the really camp gay guy who cries over how beautiful the dessert is at a dinner party, all the way to someone who feels they have to literally change their body in order to be who they are in society.

    caveman/macho asshole ----average guy----girlpants sissy man (but straight)----straight acting gay----camp/cross-dressing gay----transsexual

    Shades in between... all are (potentially) healthy and valid. Of course I'm just using silly labels here and it's more complex and less stereotypical than that, but I'm just trying to be brief. Not all men who don't enjoy watching football and talking about Pamela Andersen's tits and/or fantasize about ruling the world/blowing shit up, need testosterone injections
    I'm pretty sure some gay men would be offended by your little chart. I would say many "straight-acting" gays would be more manly than your "girlpants sissy man", but I guess that is a controversial opinion.

    Oh, and some very straight acting/looking guys cross-dress...I have seen some horrible, horrible things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancynobullets View Post
    I'm pretty sure some gay men would be offended by your little chart. I would say many "straight-acting" gays would be more manly than your "girlpants sissy man", but I guess that is a controversial opinion.
    Well, I think you're right: There are probably lots of self-respecting bears who could kick a metrosexual's butt.

    I have to admit I've been disappointed in the cultural war against Dodgeball, which is quite an American institution. (Who here has not been able to grow up without taking a few head shots from that heavy red rubber ball? It's not proven it'll cause brain damage!)
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    A little Brain damage might be just what the American public needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Well, I think you're right: There are probably lots of self-respecting bears who could kick a metrosexual's butt.
    Yeah, many of the things they do irritate me, but mostly in how I perceive what wastes time. I have better things to do than plucking and doing some multi-step face wash thing (though my mother tried...).

    I have to admit I've been disappointed in the cultural war against Dodgeball, which is quite an American institution. (Who here has not been able to grow up without taking a few head shots from that heavy red rubber ball? It's not proven it'll cause brain damage!)
    Not me, I either caught it or got out of the way. Too bad those senses didn't help me in my teen years when I found out how low the cielings were in the basements of my grandparents' houses. :ouch:
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    ...Not me, I either caught it or got out of the way. Too bad those senses didn't help me in my teen years when I found out how low the cielings were in the basements of my grandparents' houses. :ouch:
    My boys are telling me now they're not allowed to catch or touch the ball when it is thrown; the gym teacher calls them out even if they catch it. Their only option is to dodge.

    What's wrong with teaching our boys how to be MEN?????
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    School is the domain of the feminine. What is the breakdown of school staff / teachers in terms of gender? 80 / 20 female to male?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    My boys are telling me now they're not allowed to catch or touch the ball when it is thrown; the gym teacher calls them out even if they catch it. Their only option is to dodge.

    What's wrong with teaching our boys how to be MEN?????
    Everything, didn't you know? All they do is disrupt, corrupt, and abuse. Nope, the system won't be happy till everyone is confused as to what they are. More pliable to suggestion that way - more obedient to their masters.

    School was so lucky I was a nice guy and that my very scary friend didn't have much for resources.

    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    School is the domain of the feminine. What is the breakdown of school staff / teachers in terms of gender? 80 / 20 female to male?
    60 - 70 k/a isn't enough to keep up to the little bastards; it's easier just to kill the will and toss the rejects.


    Edit: Wow, I forgot how bitter I was about public education...
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